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An Environmental Perspective from Ara Chackerian

Ara Chackerian is a well-rounded individual. He has been responsible for many tech startups during the past 20 years. He is also currently working hard at many different positions and with many different charities. One thing that Ara Chackerian does is to bring a new perspective to the business world. He provides various perspectives on mental health problems, business, technology and even the environment.

In a post on the website Medium.com, Ara Chackerian commented on the issue about global warming, deforestation and its impact on modern life. Chackerian understands that the environment is extremely necessary for humanity’s existence. Without a sound environment, life on Earth would be very complex and hard to survive.

Ara Chackerian provides some very important reasons why deforestation is a huge problem for the global warming trend. First, trees are critical to the Earth’s atmosphere. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and they give off enough air to supply at least 4 people with air. Trees are also anchors, for all environments. They keep soil together and they also pump enough oxygen to keep the atmosphere protected from the sun.

Trees are important for crops. While farmers need to clear away the land for planting seeds, the trees help to keep the surrounding area strong and intact until it’s ready to be used. Forests also provide them with lots of fresh water. They even filter the water and to keep it clean. Trees and jungles are also important for sustaining wildlife populations. Many animals in the wild rely on forests and jungles for shelter, food and even entertainment.

Ultimately, trees are important for maintaining many facets of life on Earth. Much of modern life is still dependent on trees and the valuable resources they provide. Ara Chackerian points out that disappearing trees are causing the Earth to warm up. As more reforestation is taking place, the globe is heating up at a very rapid pace.

This is causing more wildfires as the temperatures get hotter, shorter winter cycles which throws the seasons out of alignment and extreme unpredictable weather phenomena since the Earth’s patterns are thrown out of whack. Ara Chackerian says that replanting trees is he only cure for this problem. Find out more about Ara Chackerian: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ5-Zd6oAhmKcJn5kKX4FnQ

 

Jana Lightspeed and Prices

Think about it. You are an investor like Jana Lightspeed. You want to make sure that Uber has a bright future ahead. What do you do? How do you make sure that Uber will win?

Jana Lightspeed and Uber on Raising the Prices

This seems to be the most simple, basic, yet effective model to people who want to generate greater revenue. This is especially true when the company in question holds a popular user-base, an impressive infrastructure, and a formidable outreach.

Why wouldn’t it be? Uber seemingly has the market share, the dependency of its customers, and the power of its workforce behind it. Even if it is not turning any profits, the company has been increasing its revenue on a consistent basis.

All of it points towards a possibility where increasing price may not be seen as something that may turn away the people who have come to depend on it.

But that is where the ones suggesting this model get it so wrong.

If you have been keeping in touch with the overall market trends, then it wouldn’t be a hot take for you to learn that Uber is not the most innovative startup that it was once taught to be.

Yes, it revolutionized the way that ride-hailing and ride-sharing works. Yes, it changed the face of transportation forever. Yes, it created a lot of jobs and opportunities in the process. But no, it is far from being the only player in the market who people could depend upon.

Let’s talk about Lyft, for instance. The “anti-Uber” version of ride-sharing has been going after Uber’s market share ever since it was formed in 2012. While the first few years had been quite difficult for the firm, it managed to pull through its operations.

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